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Top Headlines 11/20


Texas education leaders are joining forces to fight higher education budget cuts, reports the Houston Chronicle.

Child Welfare 

Research on how to reunite families broken apart by substance abuse will be conducted by the University of Kansas after receiving a series of grants, The Wichita Eagle reports. 

Juvenile Justice 

Juveniles incarcerated for life without parole in Massachusetts will likely wait until next year or longer for the chance at a reduced prison time, reports The Boston Globe. 

Family quarrels contributed to about 900 Tennessee young people being charged with domestic assault last year, The Commercial Appeal reports. 


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